A PHOTOGRAPHIC exhibition looking at the history of Somerset and Bristol, has opened at the Royal West of England Academy in Queen's Road, Bristol.
It features the pictures by photo journalist Reece Winstone and has been devised by his son John, who lives at Wookey.
The display compares and contrasts life in Bristol and Somerset, before and after the Second World War.
One hundred and fifty images have been chosen from an archive of more than 7,000.
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From 1930 to the mid-1960s, life changed immeasurably for almost all, both culturally and in terms of expectations. Bristol and Somerset: Vanishing Lives illustrates a major shift in British life; even the practice of photography saw radical developments.
Bristol and Somerset: Vanishing Lives will be exhibited in the Cube gallery at the Royal West of England Academy, Queen's Road, Bristol until November 13, (closed September 18-22 ).
Entry is free and opening hours are Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 5.30pm and Sundays, 11am to 5pm.